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Maker/s

Henry VI (1422-53) (ruler)

Auxerre (mint)

Category

coin

Name

Salut d'or (denomination)

Medieval (Series)

France (subseries)

French Royal Coinages (subsubseries)

second (issue)

Material/s

gold

Dimensions

weight: 3.51 g
image(width): 28 mm
die axis: 280 degrees

Date

inferred 1423-09-06

Provenance

given: The Friends of the Fitzwilliam Museum 1956-04-26 (Filtered for: Coins and Medals)

Ex Henry Platt Hall collection 26.vii.1950, lot 48.

Production Place

Auxerre (mint) (place)

Catalogue ref/s

A234

374

Accession Number

CM.125-1956 (Coins and Medals)
(Reference Number: 109966; Input Date: 2004-08-05 / Last Edit: 2011-07-22)

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